Yeovil Town manager Terry Skiverton has said that new signing Rory Fallon will receive specialist physio treatment has the club look to bring him up to full fitness for his month's stay at Huish Park. The New Zealand international has today said in an interview with the BBC that he has had fitness problems since going to the World Cup Final in 2010, when a hernia problem developed.
Now he is attempting to get his full fitness back, and his new boss Skiverton has said that Fallon is benefiting from sessions with Castle Cary based Pilates instructor Suzanne Scott. Skiverton told BBC Somerset that they would be monitoring his progress over the month, but that he knew how good the target man could be if they could get him back up to scratch again:
"He's a real handful and we're just going to see how it goes, and just take each day as it comes. He's working very closely with people behind the scenes. He's working on Pilates. We've got a lady who comes in and works with us called Suzanne Scott. He'll be working with her closely, because he's had problems with his groins in the past, and we think we can get the best out of him. He's down with us now, he's signed, sealed and delivered and he'll definitely be playing some part on the weekend (against Brentford)."
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